Wisconsin Reform, Does it matter
November 02, 2011 | 07:49 AM
Are you serious? So now this pig who at the delicate age of EIGHTEEN was convicted of an sex offense has had to RESORT to a life of crime? So this guys a victim? Really? Did you read this thoroughly? At 18 he was convicted - not just charged - but convicted of 2nd Degree Sexual Assault on a CHILD! A Child! Read what 2nd degree means.... Victim mentality people are the reason this guy is out in the first place. As for his debt being paid - why don't you ask the parents of the child he assaulted or perhaps since the child is now an adult if this man's "debt" is paid? The childs innocence was taken by this animal and he/she will NEVER get that back and will spend the REST of their lives trying to deal with it.
Second-degree sexual assault
Wisconsin law defines second degree sexual assault as any of the following criminal acts:
Sexual contact or sexual intercourse with another person without consent by use or threat of force or violence; or
Sexual contact or sexual intercourse with another person without consent and causing injury, illness, disease or impairment of a sexual or reproductive organ, or mental anguish requiring psychiatric case for the victim; or
Sexual contact or sexual intercourse with a person known to be intoxicated, known to be unconscious, or known to suffer from diminished capacities of any sort that temporarily or permanently render the victim incapable of understanding the consequences of such conduct; or
Sexual contact or sexual intercourse with another person without consent and with the assistance of one or more other persons; or
Is an employee of a medical facility or program and has sexual contact or sexual intercourse with a resident patient; or
Is an employee of the department of corrections and has sexual contact or sexual intercourse with an inmate, unless the inmate is incarcerated for a sex crime; or
Is an employee who supervises an individual on probation, parole, or extended supervision with whom sexual contact or sexual intercourse occurs, unless the person on probation, parole or extended supervision is subject to conviction for sexual assault.
Under Wisconsin law, 2nd Degree Sexual Assault is a Class C Felony and subject to the penalties of a Class C Felony.